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Willingness of consumers to use new digital health technologies in England 2018

Willingness of consumers to try new forms of digital healthcare in England as of 2018

by Conor Stewart, last edited May 8, 2019
Willingness of consumers to use new digital health technologies in England 2018 The displayed statistic shows the results of survey in England where consumers were asked their willingness to try new digital healthcare technologies as of 2018. According to the data, 57 percent of respondents would be willing to receive non-urgent care at a mini-clinic at a supermarket or pharmacy, while 19 percent would be unwilling to do this.
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Willingness of consumers to try new forms of digital healthcare in England as of 2018

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by Conor Stewart, last edited May 8, 2019
The displayed statistic shows the results of survey in England where consumers were asked their willingness to try new digital healthcare technologies as of 2018. According to the data, 57 percent of respondents would be willing to receive non-urgent care at a mini-clinic at a supermarket or pharmacy, while 19 percent would be unwilling to do this.
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